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January 2022

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January 29

Yes We Cannibal co-founders Mat Keel and Liz Lessner have collected artworks from media ranging from sculpture, to video, to text. Now, their unique collection will be on display at Yes We Cannibal. An opening reception will be held on January 29 from 6 pm–8 pm. Gallery hours are Tuesday from 6 pm–8 pm and Saturday from 2 pm–5pm. yeswecannibal.org. Location: 1600 Government St Baton Rouge Louisiana

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Saturday Stargazing

January 29

Each weekend, you can experience stargazing during the day under the grand dome of LASM's planetarium. Learn fascinating facts about the stars and constellations in the local night sky during an interactive presentation, then enjoy a featured show for all ages. Each week, you can even collect a new constellation trading card by clicking here. Cost included with the price of general admission and free for members. Every Saturday at 10 am. lasm.org. Location: 100 River Road South Baton Rouge…

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Krewe of Southdowns Ball

January 29

It's happening! Carnival is back in Baton Rouge. Join the Krewe of Southdowns for its storied showdown at the Lod Cook Alumni Center, which promises delectable eats by Unique Cuisine, a cash bar, and live music by The Remnants featuring The Florida Street Blowhards. 7 pm. $60 gets you in the door for open seating; an eight person table is $480; a ten person table is $600. Tickets available at bontempstix.com. Location: 3838 West Lakeshore Drive Baton Rouge Louisiana

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Kick It Out… Around the World!

January 29

Baton Rouge's contemporary dance company, Of Moving Colors, is bringing professional dancers together with young talent from ages five through fifteen for this "sparkling and joyful" community production. Come celebrate four decades of OMC inspiring and entertaining audiences with this high-energy, high-kick-filled show on the Manship Theatre stage. Shows at 2 pm and 7:30 pm. $15–$40 at manshiptheatre.org. Location: 100 Lafayette Street Baton Rouge Louisiana

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January Concerts at L’Auberge

January 29

Here's the shows you can catch this month at L'Auberge, when you want a safer bet than playing the slots: January 15: The Marshall Tucker Band. $25. 8 pm. January 29: Little River Band. $35. 8 pm. lbatonrouge.com. Location: 777 L'Auberge Avenue Baton Rouge Louisiana

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Gospel Music Concert by the Lagniappe Dulcimer Society

January 29

The Lagniappe Dulcimer Society is presenting a lively concert of Gospel music and bluegrass tunes, as well as a lecture on the origins of the mountain dulcimer and how it is played—hosted by Livingston Parish Libraries. Performances at 2 pm on January 15 at the Denham Springs-Walker Branch and 11 am on January 29 at the Main Branch in Livingston. Free. mylpl.info. Location: 20390 Iowa Street Livingston Louisiana

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Arts Council of Pointe Coupee Performing Arts Series: Sweet Cecelia

January 29

This month, Sweet Cecelia will delight audiences at the Poydras Center in New Roads as part of The Arts Council of Pointe Coupee's Performing Arts Series. To purchase tickets, print the PAS/Membership brochure and mail with check; contact Gail Roy at roygaleb@bellsouth.net or (225) 638-6049. Individual tickets will be available at Roy's Jewelry or The Therapy Center two weeks prior to the performance date. 7 pm. artscouncilofpointecoupee.org. Location: 500 West Main Street New Roads Louisiana

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Arts Council of Pointe Coupee Performing Arts Series: Sweet Cecilia

January 29

This month, Sweet Cecelia will delight audiences at the Poydras Center in New Roads as part of The Arts Council of Pointe Coupee's Performing Arts Series. The daughters and niece of the late Grammy-nominated musician, Al Berard, will sing to Louisiana's roots with a blend of Americana, folk, country, Cajun, and rock. To purchase tickets, print the PAS/Membership brochure and mail with check; contact Gail Roy at roygaleb@bellsouth.net or (225) 638-6049. Individual tickets will be available at Roy's Jewelry or…

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Krewe of Southdowns Mardi Gras Ball

January 29

It's happening! Carnival is back in Baton Rouge at last. Join the Krewe of Southdowns for its storied showdown, coming to the Lod Cook Alumni Center this year, and promising delectable eats by Unique Cuisine, a cash bar, and live music by The Remnants featuring The Florida Street Blowhards. 7 pm. $60 gets you in the door for open seating: an eight person table is $480; a ten person table is $600. southdowns.org Location: 3838 West Lakeshore Drive Baton Rouge…

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Live Music at La Divina

January 29

Gelato, panini (or paninis, for you American types), and the frequent injections of heart and soul from Baton Rouge's singer-songwriter enclave? Divine doesn't even begin to cut it. Look forward to live music Thursdays–Saturdays, with Fridays being home to the "Original Music Gathering" hosted by Donald Gelpi, where up-and-comers can bring their original songs and sign up for a chance to play two to three songs on a first-come-first-served basis. Here's the live music that will accompany your dining at…

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